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HTC and LG Prep New Snapdragon-Based Android Phones

Specs have leaked for several high-end 1GHz Snapdragon-based Android smartphones, including the AMOLED-enabled HTC Incredible, which is set for an April 29 Verizon launch, reports say. LG is also riding the Snapdragon with its upcoming, QWERTY-enabled Aloha C710, which appears similar to a tipped L...
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Study: Your Kids Will Use Touch Screens in 2015

The iPad has been out for just days, but already it's triggered a trend that could significantly change the computing landscape: touch screens will be widely used in 2015.
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ICD, HP Tablets Take Shape as Nokia Tablet Rumors Re-Emerge

Innovative Converged Devices (ICD) is prepping an 11.2-inch, Android-based & Gemini& tablet that blows away the iPad on specs, says Engadget. Meanwhile, HP has tipped more details on its Slate tablet, which may run Android, and Nokia is rumored to be readying a tablet that runs the Linux-based Mee...
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Report: Android Gaining Market Share

According to a February 2010 Mobile Subscriber Market Share report from US market research firm comScore, Google's smarpthone OS has grown more than 5 percentage points since November of last year...
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First Android-Based TV Unveiled

A Swedish firm called People of Lava has announced what appears to be the world's first Android-powered TV. The Scandinavia Window to the World TV runs Android 1.5 on a Cortex-A8 processor, and offers HD with 1920 x 1080 resolution, available in 42-, 47-, and 55-inch models, says the company....
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